Alaska Ski Resorts

Alaska has 7 ski resorts. Most are located near the coast which produces ideal snow conditions. Alaska's premier resort Alyeska is one of three resorts located within 45 minutes from downtown Anchorage and is often included in top ski destinations lists. Eaglecrest is located 12 miles from Juneau and just a short flight north of Seattle. Alaska heli-skiing is world renowned. Some companies also offer cat skiing.
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1400 ft vertical, 25 trails, 3 lifts, 320 skiable acres
Arctic Valley appeals to the tele-skier, alpine skier or rider who wants to feel like they're in the backcountry but with the convenience & safety of a ski area. It is non-profit operated by the Anchorage Ski Club volunteers. The ski area is located just over 1/2 hour from Anchorage.
294 ft vertical, 13 trails, 3 lifts, 30 skiable acres
Hilltop Ski Area is owned and operated by Youth Exploring Adventure, Inc. a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to providing recreational programs for Anchorage youth.
1300 ft vertical, 42 trails, 14 lifts, 200 skiable acres
Moose Mountain is located near Fairbanks. Ride up on variable capacity turbo charged terrestrial trams. It would take a high speed detachable chairlift to move you up the hill faster. The terrain is intermediate and advanced so not recommended for beginners.
800 ft vertical, 30 trails, 1 lifts
Mount Eyak is currently serviced by a single chairlift as well as a rope tow. Services include ski patrol, a rental room with skis and snowboard, a heated lounge with concessions, and a first aid room. Treat yourself to beautiful and rugged vistas from Alaska's 'Greatest Little Resort' located in Cordova.
1027 ft vertical, 40 trails, 1 lifts, 100 skiable acres
Mt. Aurora SkiLand is located in Fairbanks, Alaska. It has the farthest north chairlift in North America! A close by lodge offers overnight lodging and hearty meals. There is limited grooming on the trails. After a day of skiing you can stay at the lodge to hopefully get a fantastic Northern Lights show.